Which one holds more rounds?
You should try them out. Some ranges have rentals. You could buy one an be disappointed.I've got a chance to get a Sig P938 for $450 but I really loving the Kimber Micro 9. I've never shot either but I've heard nothing but good for both. Anything I should consider other than the Kimber is shiny and the Sig is not?
Rural King sells the micro nine for $519 and like I said, I love the stainless. Tax tag and title though, the Sig would come in $100 less, that makes up for a lot of shiny.I can't imagine the Kimber coming in at that price, and I would bet the SIG is every bit the gun that the Kimber is. I work with a guy who buys nothing, but Kimbers. He loves them, but admits that they can be "quirky".....whatever that means.
The P938 is 9mm and a damn good one at that. Easy to conceal and quite accurate with little recoil. I had one but gifted it to one of my sons when he finished college.I would go with the SIG, but then again, if it were me then I would go with the P238 rather than the P938 and step up to a 1911 Compact in .45 ACP if I felt that I needed more power than .380 ACP, so take that for what it's worth.
I have a Ruger Lc9s. It is a great gun, and since you like the LCP you will adore the LC9s.There aren't any ranges around me that rent guns. The closest is an hour drive minimum so that's out. I've got a LCP380 carry gun that I really like, I've also got my Sccy CPX2 that I also really enjoy. I don't know anyone with a Kimber but I can shoot the Sig before I buy it. I'll shoot it first then see where I'm at.
To avoid a rather lengthy explanation that almost always ends in an argument of some kind, let me be as brief and direct as I can be on the subject. I am admittedly biased against the 9mm Luger cartridge, personally feel that it is grossly overrated, and based on my own research, feel that the performance boost it offers over the .380 ACP are too marginal in short-barreled pocket pistols to justify the added weight/recoil.The P938 is 9mm and a damn good one at that. Easy to conceal and quite accurate with little recoil. I had one but gifted it to one of my sons when he finished college.
And, yes, I then moved up to my Sig UC 1911 and all is good.